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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 June 1840

fiiwi"w. M. it mU tk. "BET TxnsTiwrKT-Tr y. -kr . ... I have sworn upon the Altai- of God, eternal ho&ltlity io oycry lorra of Tyiaiiuy over the lud ot aian. .ThomM ;crrcr80n. PRINT!) AND PUBLISHED BY H. WEBB', Vofoisiic XV. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, 'oH'osiTt St. I'avL's Cnuncii, M;yin-st. The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday inorning, at TlfO DOLLARS ptr annum, payable half yearly in advance, or f'wd Dollars . J'ij'ty Cents, if not paid within the year. 'JN'i) subscription will betaken for a shdrler period than six m'onths; norVany discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages arc discharged. t ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be cohspicuouslyhiscrlcd at One Dollar for itie fiHt fhrccnscriions) and Twenl q-Jive coil's for every subse quent nsertion. fCTV liberal discount nude io those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. , lVumbbr 9. POETRY. I I a A IIYMX, 1 " Written for the Ladies of Blaomsbitrgy BY rp.ASbIS...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 June 1840

pnt it fofetcrer at mt.irtit tWarbope vm vain. II Unaverjr hB been effectually prns'rntcd lei'orHW'tu New. Jersey, llltr iedtTj'ii'm in PoBnsy'lvartln., is detected mid (Kl' ni' J in its tfoliemoa "of UBflrfiatinti, and GlaiuU rebuked and abashed before the Weill. . Sn h liavo been somo of iho principles mil measures of tho fcdeinl party, and such l!iv will ever bo, when in possession of rd--t'l VC UO 1101 maRe una assutuuii without authority; the entire history of thai putty sanctions and justifies it. We ask in voi.i'm what had iho democratic party ever done of a similar degree of turpitude ? Wl.cn did the democratic party ever conn tpnnnro corruntion ? When d'ul it ever dis franchise for mero opinion's sake 1 When did it ever refuse to yield to the will of the mnini-itv. or treat tho elections as if they Imd not occurred 1" When did it over en dcavor to put down its opponents by forco of arms ? Never dul democracy do, or pniintnnnnco thofo thini's. Tho exclusive lionor brlor.?s t...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 June 1840

a COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. StMJDCNTIAL ELECTION 1840. Von President, Fort Viob Pubsidknt, RICHARD M. JOilZikwxx. AD THE )NSTITUT10NAIj 'TREASURY. ELECTORAL TICKET; fe. - ..j. t...i: . . EaiULAnKC, 01 inn -n.., f Sellalor aT JO Li.trcii, ol Delaware, 12 Frederick Smith lil Charles M'Cluro 14 J. M. CJrmmell 16 G. M. Ilollenbacs CaiMo'.ln Thompson mmjll. 1 itli ioMLDov.lin Hertry.Myo 8 el Jacoliy Jcs3ofJohnson noSChrlt,trnan Mcnfy Dfhuff llcmy Lojjan 10 Loo'nard iYoutz 17 John llortonir. 19 Williian J'hilson 18 John Morrison- 20 Weatly Frost 21 Benj. Anilwin CJ William Wilklna 23 A. K. Wright 24 John Findley 25 Stephen Barlow The While House The Now York Journal of Commerce gives Iho following account of this cdllic'o nnil its furniture. The president's hotiso was built in '07. John Adams was at its first occupant; lio received $14,000 for furniture. Mr. JefTci son, in 5iis eight years received 829,000; Air. Madison, during '.lis two terms receiv ed 926,000 more. The furniture in the iiouso,...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 June 1840

4) It. LEinY'S'f SAliSAl'AtUltliAl 1SI.UUU riUlJift- 1II0ULD receive a preference overall Pills now in existence: First Because thev aro rnmtinicd nf Vcnetablo ritracu, fieri from miticr.iW; and may be taken ut nil times with perfect safety by young ami old, with out restraint from occupation, temperate livmj, or tcorof taking co'd. "Second BecauSs they aro composed of such medicinal extract; as liavo lircn employed by all tho most celebrated and respectable Physicians for mofo thahV. century pal, in purifying the Bipod raid Animal fluid of Ihe body. Third Because they may he employed as a niild or activo purgative, according to tho quantity taken, and their operation wilt not bo attended with griping of the bowel, sickness at Uie stomach, prostration of tho system, &c, as are produced by other pills. Fourth Becijiise they possess a combined action, not possessed by tiny other pills, mixtuto or prepar ation whatever. Their first effect is in correcting wll impurities With which ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 July 1840

W ' il .11 .' I I .......... . ..I M. MVmBKMS I hovo iworn upon tho Altar of lod, eternal Hostility to every form or Tyranny over tho "-"-Thorn. Jefferson. PRINTD AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Rlf TtiJSlBUiaG. COIjlfflffiBIA OITHTY, FA. SABPURBAY, JUIiTf 4, 1340. Number SO FICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, KpMoarri: St. Paul's Cnuncir, Majn-st. f. nnrTTATl!r.7 TiP.MOCRJlT will he muhlishcd every Saturday morning, at jm T T IDS niv nn-ntim. navauic r marly in advance, or Two Dollars fn;s. if not nuid within the year. ..t.t.-j-:M .; hrinhrn for a shorter riff.Xrl 1 1 1 1 Lit 1 1 IUIH- v v . KieriofI fan uwnf ft , nor ni rfweon- .., ,-), tmiii an urretirusca .. ritsrhtirireUm UVItRTlSEMENTN not executing snilate win or. chii'"."v y 1. .if... lii i.in iit.l Likii.it .i.aui..""' 'L(IC siuuui iu -- , rand i wciu i-jtu ."" , Lu . .'... ,-Tn i7rr discount .noo mlm mhcrlisc bv the yean nTERS audressea on uhii """ post jmttZ. 'Mi J iuf 10 mm THE LONDON APPRENTICE. feaOM MASTER HUMPHUEY'S CLOCK. By No-.. 'In...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 July 1840

jumed access to one of.the opposite h; siruoK uranam in the liosfl nd 'ell usan. A. wail vs heard in the al"?? people in the concourse cried that tBi Tatv vi r?WA erasrlt 69B a spirit glide across tho little caserasrit winaow cl the Uowyer's houw. A dead silence succeeded. After a short time some of the (lushed and heated throng lay down their arms and softly carried the body within doors. Othora fell off or slunk away in knots of two or three others whis- i1" 'oguwiar ib groups, ana uclore a nu jaerous guard which then rode up, ceuld muster in tho street, it was u,early empty. those who carried Master Graham to bed up stairs were shocked ta sen n woman lying beneath tho window with her liandg clasped together. After trying to recover her in vain, they laid her near the citizen, wtio still retained, tightly grasped in his right hand, the first and last sword that was broken that day at Lud Gate. The onenjies of Democratic Government having failed to" mako good theit chareo o extrava...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 July 1840

4 Tlie titil: lank man of Danville -fet.Infta I for a " union" and " an nUsl distribution til' favors" thrs fall. You aro thero 'arc .you, my honey. What is the mailer man $lw changed tho boinz. Circumstances Wters cases. A year aj-o hs sum? a differ. M 3ong, when ho opposed tho anoointraoni Ef any man to an office, living out of Dan nie, or us iiiimmlintn vir-inlti- nn,n... . vWIIKUSJ' an, Ashomblyman, Piothonator. Register aM n ml Recorder, and Supervisor wero so c ually distributed within half a dozen mil ffif D.itiville Court Ilousc.that a Jad go must u Jit-re aUn, in order that thofeame mirht uue utrly completed. The people, however, gnnuiieu ono appointment, and henco the nmnitiff for an ' envoi distribution." RVo can assure this little man that tho p'co fie are not only anxious but determined to foavo an equal distribution of the offices thiR iKr.. Mali, not by locaiiu" them all in Danville Hi! iio county. It u thought, and iustlv too. ihnl Danville, has her share, for this y...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 July 1840

Sill 'jtrMSOA's ivrrv DR. LEIDY'S SAIISAPAHILLA BLOOD PILLS, gUIOULD receive a preference over all 1'iHs now iC3 in existence: first Because they are composed of VeECtaUo rxtfacts, freb from minerals; and may bo taken at i.U times with perfect safety by young and old, with out restraint from occupation, temperate living, or fesref taking cold. Second Becarcsc tliev are 'composed of bucIi medicinal extracts, as have been employed by all tho most celebrated and rospcctablo Physicians for jnoro than n century past, in purilying tna mooa nnd Animal fluid of the body. Third Because they may bo employed as a mild or active purgative, according to the quantity taken, and their operation will not bo attended with griping of the bovvtls, sickness at the Btomach, prostration of the system, &ci, as are produedd by bthor pith. Fourth Tlccause they possess a combined action, hot possessed by another pills, mixturo or prepar ation whatever. Pfcir first effect is in correcting nil impuritie's ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 July 1840

m mm I liaro sworn upm Iho Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyrauny over tho Blind tf Mau.j Thomas Jeffsrson. PRINTD AND PUBLISHED BY H. WEBB COXilTTODBIA COIOTTm PA. SATURDAY. JULY 11. 1840. Number 1. ' 1 ' j in llSF10 tiF T1IE DEM0CPuVT' - vptrtonii St. Paul's Church- Main-st. 1 IB TSP.MS 8 ( WMcOLUMBM DEMOCRAT will be i ff ,'jhtblished every Saturday motning, al t ?L)SmVO 1)0 LL AllS per annum, payable UJiW ycary mariurmce, or 7'tod Dolltrs ucarhi MMJtv Cents, if not jiaid within the year tfolsubscrhtion will betaken for a shorter kifperiod than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages WJtmaTe discharged. WWKEll TISEMENTS nd't exceeding a TSuarc will be conspicuously inserted at 'OKe Dollar for the first three insertions, tnd Twenty-five cents for every subse- WSiTent nserlwn. tCTVi tiucral discount 3hde to those who advertise by the year i bVTTERS addressed on business; must wbctpost paid. E2ES(BEEsE&ByfflffSa CRUISE OP An old salt....

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 July 1840

ssn? AMERICAN STATISTICS. TVie iVauy is" composed of Go Vessels of wot, b wiiowb: 11 sh.ps 0f the tine, from yt 10 isu guns, and onu razpe Bl guns M frigates first class 41 guns, 2 fiigates 2d claes 30 guns 21 sloops of war from 10 lo tuii8 ia oiigs anu schooners from .... juhb ; sreara snips, and 1 storo snip. The order of preccdcnco and command in a ship i? aB follows, 1, Captain or Cam- manuor, v, .Lieutenants, according to the numeet or dato of their commissions, a Masters. 4, Master's mate. 5, Boat- uu"c'-' Carpenter. 8, xuiuaiupriicn. vnen the President shall visit a shin of mo u. o. navy, ne is to ue saluted with 21 guns. Heads of Departments, Governors, of States and Territories, and Foreign Min isters 17 runs. The Army contains of officers and men 12,577 in all, as follows ; General Staff 57, Medical Department 83, Pay Deprt ment 19, Purchasing Department, Corps of Engineers 433, Corps of Topographical J'-nginecrs, 30, Ordnance Department 322, Two Kejjtincnts of Dragoons 1,...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 July 1840

ir ifctiiocrhtfc C'cSebyalSoai. Tlio G 1 tit Anniversary of. American Indc- ncmlcriRC was celebrated in tills place by rtliB democracy of Columbia county with )ts usual demonstnttletift ol reeling or grat udo lo tlio fathers of their countrv, '1'he ay was ushered in by the firing of a Na rial Salute. Iiiarly in the morning the Kleuiocrats began to arrive, and before 11 o'- lofk our villago was literally crowded with io ri-"io and sinew of tlio " Star of the forth,"' About 10 o'clock, n hickory 'olr, np'vnrds of 100 feet in height was rai-cu i.i nor oi tnu Hotel ol iJaiiicl Snv- uVr, ('' ! ! i.n'lers for the company) upon vt k-!i . . 1 1 listed a National Flag, with lln' mm liiitiun " Van Duron and Johnson" ffconspic : ntsly placed upon it. Upon tlio lajr i i: vnifr at its destined height, and snreadi i ' out lis graceful foals t tlio action ief tlio gcntlo breeze, it was saluted with a illseharge from the Artillery, the Blooms biirg Hand playing Hail Columbia accom Ipanied by tho ch...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 July 1840

J s&'tyftv uej stiffs ti v v DR. LEIDY'S -SAfl&liMflLLt BLOOD 1'ILLH, CtllOULD receive ft preference overall Pills now 'n existence: "X'Irfct Because they are composed of Vegf tabla rx tracts, frco from minerals; and may be taken nt all times with perfect safety by young and old, with eut rcutrniltt from occupation, temperate living, or faardf taking cold. Second Because they nro composed of such medicinal extracts, as have been employed by all the most celebrated and respectable Physicians for more than a century past, in purifying; the Wood And Animal fluid of the body. Third Because thoy may be employed as a mild or active purgative, according to the quantity taken, and their operation will not bo attended with Griping of the bowels, sickness at tho stomach, prostration or the system, &Ci, as are produced by other pills. Fourth Because they possess a combined action, not possessed by any other pills, mixture or prepar ation whatever. Their first effect is in correctin...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 July 1840

i5 as. titu is. In- ico bin Ca 7 3 tf-VI wjmli? 1 haT0 Mvorn ul,eu tl10 AUar of G"1 eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind f "'a"" Thomas Jcnbreort. s'Jjt PRINT!) AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. ilitt " . ' ' " " If W JLsaWUMSlU, COJLtrMiSIA COUNTY, FA. SATUEBAT, JtfXY 1?, 1840. lgrirB OF THE DEMOCRAT, ffiHC3I.'njilHID,eo lyiTosrri! fsr. Paul's Cutmcii, Main-st. - -- s :ttm the wit tfSP.MS : mCDLVMBIA DEMOCRAT Will be ' , .puunxncii Every aaiuruay morning, ai i ; tK0O DOLLARS per annum, payable w'W yearty advance, or Two Dollars pM$Qy Cents, if not paid within the year. 7. - l ... t r.. -.i AfsnolsUbscrtplion will be taken for a shorter Jyperiod than six months i nor any discon &ijjiiiancc yctjniued, until all arreurases ADVERTISEMENTS not cxcecdinsr a (fSzmrc will be bonspicuousty inserted at ,,VLe jjauarjor ine jirsi mrec insertions, JjTc"" Tivcnl'yfivc cents for every subsc "TfjjrHenr nserlion. CJA liberal discount 'tyimfille to thtixe. who advertise by the year....

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 July 1840

l''rom tLo fetio Observer. Tly refercnce'j.o tho Debates, (published nnlcially) of t!ie NowYdrk Reform Con vcntioin ng'c QQ, it will ha found that Judge Spuncer, a leading and wealthy Fed- viuimt, iiiuvmi mi mii-iiuiiit-in iu iiiu nepun of the Cotnnliiteo on tha right of suffrage, that no man should vote for Senator unless possessed of a 'freehold estate of $250 Tlic report of Iho committee proposed 'a residence of six months in the state and having paid taxes, or worked on the high u'4ys, or deno military duty,' ns the quali fications pf an elector. This report Judge Spencer moved to amend by adding tho freehold qualification, which amendment was 'supported in a speech by another lead ing federalist, Chancellor Kent. Mr. Van Boron made an ahlo reply to Mr. Kent in opposition to tho amendment. Ul the speech, wo can only quote a short extract sufficient however to answer our present purpose of rebutting the utterly groundless hnd unjust insinuation of the Gazelto that Mr. Van Uuren s...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 July 1840

' tit . In i . i ' gainst our old democratic friend .and- mail contractor, Weaver of T'oitsville, becjuse obtained tlio carrying of llie mail be tween Philadelphia and Poltsville. Wliat a'th'e matter ? Is tho Editor or his master MiboutUo become joint proprietors with their goVdKvlu'g friend Pottj, in carrying the mail between Poltsville and Danvillo, or lias a ' latejopcrect base transaction become known l.'pffiliead quarters, and consequently tlio in- ftuencc of a certain great man over tho de partment ceased if so, it is rather unfair jFiqfflnt his spleen upon a poor mail eontrae- 'unWWhv not como out and attack the PosTOffiro Department at once. No skulk Ting-behind tho curtain, wo havo had enough "otfthal. Ho who will stab a man's charar.- ;Tef,-in'tha dark is worse than a highway VobWr. On tho 4lh of July the Young Whigs of isltown having raised a l'tnc rolo Willi afflag upon which was inscribed " Harrison JinntlLibcrly, Van Buren and Slavery," our fj,Yoting Democrats, not wil...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 July 1840

siiiv:.v ittijisoA's iirv DR." f.ElDY'S SARSAPAKILLA IILOOO. PILLS, &4H0UI.D rcccivo a preference over all Pills now 'n existence: i'irt Because tllcy aro composed of Vegctal'l fxtraela, free from minerals; and may bo taken at till times with pcifcct safety by young and old, with out restraint from occupation, temperate living, or fenr of taking cold. Second licciuen they ate composed of Buch medicinal extracts, as have been employed by all th ino-t celebrated and respectable Physicians for more than a century past, in purifying the Ulood urni Animal mud ot ttic body. i turd Because they may be employed as a In'tld or active purgative, according to tho quantity 'taken, and their operation will not bo attended with Criping of tho bowels, sickness at tho stoiriach, prostration of the system, etc., 83 arc produced by other pills. Fourth Because they possess a combined actioti, not possessed by any other puis, mixture or prepar ation whatever. Their first effect i3 in correcting all...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 July 1840

m mm m I ,1 i Ma 1 li i4 i fit I havo sworn upon tho. Altar of Cod, eternal Uostlllty to cvCry form of Tyranny over the Mlud of Man."--'fj,omas Jefferson. PRINTD AND PUBLISHED BY IT. WEBB. kVoStUJiC BV. BLOOBISISTUIU, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATUEBAY, JUIiY 25, 1840. IVniEiber SC. P lit i OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, ptositu fir, Paul's Ciiuncit, Main-st !3EiHSE25EH2IH mi mi n r mCOLUMUM DEMOCRAT will be 'published every Saturday morning, at ,tmtifVO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly m advance, or l wo Hollars rsi. ,r ..'it.;.. it.. frWiffiaubscriplion will be taken for a shorter ' JjeriW ian six months nor any discon m'i'iinuance permitted, until all arrearages Ware discharged. '(' tyDVER TISEMENTS not exceeding a V 'jf!7tM'rc be conspicuously inserted at tit-Sync Dollar for the first three insertions, mP11 Twenty-five cents for every subsc $$Ment nserlion. ICT liberal discount 'jjjnadc to those, who advertise by the year. W LETTERS addressed on btisiticss, must -be post paid. Sf, THE...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 July 1840

DEMOCRATIC MEETING. In pursuance of a public notice a Demo cratic meeting was held at tlio Court House on Monday evening the 13th inst. It was one of the Urgent meetings ever held in tho county, and besides tho greal number of our citizens that attended, there were a large concourse of strangers present. The meet- incr was organized by the appointment of Maj. FREDERICK FISHER, President, Col. Wm. Shuart and Stephen Pierce, Esq. Vice Presidents, and E. L. Fuller and Edward Elwell, Secretaries. Mr. Wilmot then addressed tho meeting for a short time, and stated, the object of it to be an interchange ol sentiment upon the ereat political contest which was near at hand, and of hearing the views of distin euished strangers then in attendance for whom he savo way. Mr. Fleming from Lycoming was then called out bv a spontaneous cry from every nail of the house, and took tho floor amid loud and repeated cheering. Ho spoke for an half an hour or more with great force and eloquence. He held up ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 July 1840

MJMMA DEMOCRAT. '"thotii without 'teati " SJfttVllIKlV, JTULVM, 18-10. , rRESIElENTIAL ELECTION 1840. , 'i.MFok Vicn Prhsident, RICHARD M. JOHNSON. AM THE HTITUT10NAL TREASURY. ELECTORAL TICKET. fe&gi.AUKrM of Indiana, ? Scnatorial OHOSUai jiurnii, oi Lei.iwaiu, 3 't CotrJohn Thompson I 12 Frcdciick Smith 2,.Bcrijamin Mifflin 'Frederick Stoevcr 3 ftrnlflt. Smith 4 Johii'F. Stcinman Joh'n'Dowlin Merlry Myers 5 DafiicliJacoby G JesseJohnson 7-JacopjAMo 8, GfoSchristman 0 Wm?ShGcncr tl HenryiLogan Kt Charles M'Ohire U J. M. Gcmmell 15 G. M. Hollenback 10 Leonard 7'foutz 17 John Hotlonjr. 18 William 2'hiWon 10 John Morrison 20 Weslly Frost 21 Benj. AnJerpon 22 William Wilkins 23 A. K. Wright 21 John Findlcy 25 Stephen UailovV TliCjBerwick Conservator publishes the followingi,prctend tof SfnaTo'r Tappa ded extract from a speech ppan ' 'iTlie price of labor is entirely too high Tho.'Eaaorer in tins emintry can afiord to wprtffrqr eleven pence a day ; and iho hard moneyjsyslem will bri...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 July 1840

si: v:i" JSiitstt.yLt u vxi; 1)R; LEIDY'S SAliSAPAltttLA fiLOdl) PILLS, '(tHOULD receive ft preference Overall l'Tlls hoto in existence? First Uccauso they are composed of Vegetable "oxtrarls, freo from minerals; null may be taken tit nil times witlV perfect safety by young and old, with out restraint from occupation, temperate living, or lenrof taking Cold. Second Because they arc composed of such medicinal extracts, as have brcn employed by all tho most celebrated and respectable Physicians for jnoro than a century past, in purifying the lllood rind Animal (luid of the body. Third Because they may bo employed as o mild or aetivd purgative, according to tho quantity taken, and their operation will not bo attended with (piping of tho bowels, sickness at tho stomach, prostration of tho system, &c, as arc produced by other pills. Fourth Because they possess a combined action, not possessed by any other pills, mixtwo or prepar ation whatever. Their first cll'ect is in correcting ni...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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